#1 Samsung Notebook 9 Pen Specs: New Stylus-Equipped Laptop's Features by addswilson 04.09.2017 00:44

Samsung Electronics is set to launch a new laptop computer next month, and it is bound to turn heads with its very own S Pen technology. The news comes amid the South Korean tech giant’s preparations for the imminent unveiling of its Galaxy Note 8 phablet.

On Monday, Samsung stated that it is going to roll out its S Pen-equipped laptop in its home country this September. Called Notebook 9 Pen, the device is designed to be a powerhouse that’s been outfitted with the latest technologies. For instance, the device will act like a laptop version of the Note series since it comes with its own S Pen stylus and certain note-taking software features.

Korea Herald reports that the Notebook 9 Pen will come with Intel’s latest eighth-generation processor, which according to Samsung will offer up to 40 percent better speed than devices powered by the seventh-generation Intel chips. There’s also a big reason why Apple’s biggest rival has chosen the eighth-gen processor. Apparently, the notebook needs it to smoothly run video clips that are in 4K Ultra High Definition resolution. The latest chip is also capable of operating virtual reality content, but Samsung did not confirm if the laptop will have this type of functionality.

Samsung pointed out that the Notebook 9 Pen does not differ that much from the previous Notebook 9 series when it comes to the hardware side of things. It would still look like its predecessor, and it would also come with a 360-degree hinge so users can configure or position the laptop to their liking. As expected, the laptop will have a touchscreen display and would come with Samsung’s Air Command software for editing documents, sketching or drawing and taking notes.

The company did not disclose the exact launch date of the Notebook 9 Pen and vaguely stated that it is due to arrive next month. Pricing for the device is also unknown at this point. Moreover, Samsung did not indicate if its upcoming laptop would also be launched in other major markets like the U.S.

Meanwhile, Samsung is poised to finally unveil the Galaxy Note 8 this week. The successor to the now defunct Galaxy Note 7 is expected be the company’s biggest Note-branded smartphone yet. Samsung has even accidentally confirmed speculations about the phone’s size when it published renders of the Note 8 on its U.S. website only to remove them shortly after.

The leak, which was first spotted by YouTuber Tim Schofield, included information about the device’s primary features. Part of the list is the confirmation that the phablet would follow in the footsteps of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ by sporting a huge Infinity Display with an 18:5:9 aspect ratio. There’s also mention of Bixby and S Pen. In addition, one render shows the dual cameras on the back of the phone along with the rear-positioned fingerprint sensor.

Aside from being a physically large smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8’s price tag is also expected to be just as huge. Forbes believes that due to the price bump, some consumers who are fond of the Galaxy Note series might draw the line after learning of the Note 8’s retail price. Nevertheless, the phablet is still expected to lure in more consumers knowing that it is a flagship device that’s packed with all of Samsung’s latest smartphone technologies. Epson Customer Service Phone Number
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